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LIVE in Seattle and Langley on March 6&7! + Fun Interview!

Interview about “Amy Walker: Inside Out”

Amy Walker: Inside Out
~one-woman variety show

On international tour in 2015!

Featuring Original Comedy Sketches, Songs, Improv,
Audience Participation, Special Guests and more, this unique
and uplifting show celebrates the Unity in our Diversity~


INTERVIEW clip with the South Whidbey Record:
“Performing uses everything I have; it uses all of my fascination and analytical skills,” Walker said.
In addition to her performances, which include dance and song as well as acting, Walker has dedicated much effort to exhibiting and spreading the notion of “courageous compassion.”
The idea is one present in her work, as well as her personal life. Walker explained that, as an actor, it is important for her to be able to delve into a character who may be entirely different from herself, who may be contemptible or villainous, of a different time or place, or who may be differently abled. ...full article here
With over 40,000,000 views online and 100,200+ YouTube subscribers, Amy Walker brings her diverse range of multi-faceted creativity to the stage in this one-woman variety show. Laugh, Cry, and Sing Along at this Uplifting Event!
UPCOMING TOUR LOCATIONS AND DATES:
Seattle, WA March 6th, 7:30 pm
Hillman City Collaboratory
5623 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98118
Tickets At The Door: Adults $20, Youth $10

Langley, WA, March 7th, 2:00 pm
The Clyde Theater
217 1st Street
Langley, WA 98260
Tickets At The Door: Adults $20, Youth $10

Success in New York!

Loving "Polyglot


 
SO MUCH FUN!
 
What a Thrill to perform in NYC with the incredible Company C Contemporary Ballet.  My monologue, “Polyglot” (from my record A Discourse On Accents), was 1 of the 4 pieces performed:
 
“Amy Walker delivers a monologue onstage in an engaging succession of accents: English, French, Scottish, Irish, American, Australian, German…” ~New York Times reviewer Alastair Macaulay 
 
I was most moved by the reception of the audience members who spoke to me after each show. Thank you all!
 
One man expressed how deeply touched he was by the message that Inside, we’re all the same, no matter how we express ourselves in voice, dress, and beyond.  And that If I can sound like you, part of me can even ‘Be’ you, Understand you, have Compassion for you…
 
Vibes to you and all you do! ~Amy

Polyglot Outfit

 

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Amy with Company C at the Joyce, NYC

“BBC Murders Kills it at the Parker Playhouse”

“An amusing Agatha Christie quartet is a delightful hybrid of theater and classic radio drama.”

~ Review by Christine Dolen of the Miami Herald

Amy Walker and Gary Sandy in "Personal Call", one of the four acts

…If The BBC Murders has a leading lady (in addition to the genial Peterson as Christie, of course) and most valuable player, Amy Walker gets both titles. Brilliant at accents and looking a bit like a younger Kristin Scott Thomas, Walker morphs from a mysterious seductress in Butter to a frightened guest house owner in Three Blind Mice to the imperiled new wife of Personal Call to a Peruvian (no, really) movie star and torch singer in Yellow Iris. In all four plays, she’s terrific.” Click for full review

“Standouts include Amy Walker (a stunningly versatile actor)” ~Rod Stafford Hagwood, SouthFlorida.com

 
DATES:  January 15 – February 3  

TICKETS: Broadway.com

VENUE: The Parker Playhouse in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

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